SlicerSALT 3.0 Release: Summary and Changelog

The SlicerSALT team is proud to announce that version 3.0 is now available for download. This release introduces new features as well as bug fixes for better performance and stability. The development of SlicerSALT is supported by the NIH National Institute of Biomedical Imaging Bioengineering R01EB021391 (Shape Analysis Toolbox for Medical Image Computing Projects).

Registration based correspondence module: a) Interface. The user only needs to provide a template object, a folder containing meshes of the target objects, and a folder to store the resulting meshes in. b) The resulting correspondent meshes for a group of mice femurs obtained from microCT, colored by point order. The consistency of the colors across cases shows that the meshes are in good correspondence. Thanks to NIAMS grant 1R44AR074375 (PI. McCormick) for providing access to the data.



SPHARM-PDM Generator

      Incorporate population-wise correspondence improvements

Registration based correspondence module

Sample data

      Add population-wise correspondence improvements module sample data

      Add Covariance Significance Testing module sample data

      Add skeletal representation module sample data

      Add ShapeVariationAnalyzer module sample data

      Correct SPHARM-PDM sample data to match tutorial

      Script that now downloads and incorporates ShapeVariationAnalyzer sample data into the SlicerSALT scene

      Automatically populate the parameters of a module to match sample data when sample data is available


Updates to the SALT module layouts to build with Qt5.15

Updates to the Covariance Significance Testing layout

Crash fixes and stability

Fixes to windows Fortran packaging

Updates to windows builds for Shape Population Viewer

Add observer that will clear the module when the scene is closed


  • UNC
    • Martin Styner & lab
    • Steve Pizer & lab
  • NYU Tandon School of Engineering
    • James Fishbaugh
    • Guido Gerig
  • Kitware
    • Beatriz Paniagua
    • Jared Vicory
    • David Allemang
    • Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin
    • Sam Horvath